How Your Donation Makes a Difference
Support a couple from a family in need, on the Shared Parenting Program, or Support 1 low income mother to attend One session of HOME.
Support a Beginning Parenting Programme to strengthen the marriage of couples welcoming a new-born into their lives, or Support 2 low income mothers to attend One session of HOME.
Support our rehabilitative work to help an incarcerated father or youth in reconciling with their family, or Support 4 low income mothers to attend One session of HOME.
Support a father-child in strengthening their relationship through our experiential programmes - ICAN Fathering Workshop and more, or Support 8 low income mothers to attend One session of HOME.
Our Campaign Storyends 30 Jul 2021, 11:59 PM
Of all the roles we've played in life, being a mother and father probably has the least formal process in terms of 'onboarding, orientation, and progression guidelines'. Yet, it is a life-changing experience and one that we're grateful to have the opportunity to just BE one.
But it is not a sprint and definitely a lifelong privilege and responsibility at the same time. How can one be equipped to play these magnificient roles and partner each other to do well for life??
As our birthdays approach this year, we'd like to pledge our support to these charity organisations that are dedicated to equip fathers and mothers in society today. And instead of birthday gifts/ 'ang paos', we'd be very very grateful if you can give towards the missions of Dads and Mums For Life. Because as Dads and Mums we need to be confident in our roles in order to bring out the best in ourselves and nurture the best in our young. Give because you believe in investing in our shared future. And thank you so much for celebrating our birthdays in advance (30th June, Fannie is turning 40 and Kevin will be 41yo on 29th July).
Here's to raising a magnificient next generation, together.
About The Charity
The Centre for Fathering (CFF) is a non-profit founded in 2000 to promote active & involved fathering, and address issues caused by fatherlessness in Singapore. For more than 20 years, CFF has helped countless families, beginning with fathers, through workshops and experiential programmes conducted in schools, communities, prisons, religious organisations & corporate companies.
Our four annual flagship campaigns, 'Back To School With Dad', 'Eat With Your Family Day', 'Paktor with Mom', and 'Celebrating Fathers', encourage fathers to be present with their families.
CFF also champions the DADs for Life movement to inspire fathers to be good influencers of their children, and a father figure to those who do not have fathers.
Marriage is a partnership and men can become even better fathers with their wives' support. Mums and Dads play irreplaceable and complementary roles in parenting. In 2019 DADs for Life partnered with a group of mother volunteers to launch another national ground up movement; MUMs for Life, to complement the work of DADs for Life.
MUMs for Life celebrates a Mum's identity as daughter, woman, wife and mother. When Mums are confident in their unique identity and multiple roles, they can better nurture our children and support Dads in building a stronger family in an increasingly complex world.